Đình Mỹ Phước
Mỹ Long, Thành phố Long Xuyên, An Giang Province, Vietnam
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My Phuoc Communal House is a spacious and spacious temple and a national architectural and artistic relic of An Giang Province, Vietnam. The house is located in the precinct with an area of 4,770 m2, however, only 3,620 m2 is left, surrounded by brick walls, with one main door and three auxiliary doors made of bricks and cement.
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